2015 Report details for project: Building Schools for the Future (BSF)

Project name: Building Schools for the Future (BSF) - there are 3 reports for this project: 2013, 2014, 2015
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Organisation: DFE (D6) - see all reports for this organisation
Report year: 2015 (data is from Sept 2014)
Category: Infrastructure - see all reports for this category
Description: • Building Schools for the Future (BSF) was conceived as a long-term programme of investment and change in England to help transform education for 3.3 million students aged 11-19. Although originally planned as a 15–20 year programme, it was announced by the Secretary of State for Education on 5 July 2010 that only projects that had achieved OBC approval by 1 January 2010 would continue. • The BSF programme was designed to enhance the learning opportunities of young people by providing new or substantially refurbished facilities capable of delivering a 21st century curriculum. • The programme also sought to: • provide teachers with 21st century work places; • provide a step-change in the level of information and communications technology (ICT) provision; • deliver the investment as efficiently as possible, through a standard procurement and delivery approach – the local education partnership (LEP). Since the decision was taken to allow only those projects beyond OBC by 1 January 2010 to continue, an exercise was undertaken in late 2010 to identify savings from the remaining programme. C.£250m was duly identified as efficiencies.
DCA (RAG): Green
DCA text: No actions planned.
Start date: 2004-04-01
End date: 2017-07-02
Schedule text: None.
Baseline: £95.00m
Forecast: £95.00m
Variance: 0.00%
Variance text: Budget variance less than 5%
Whole Life Cost: £6,283.00m
WLCost text: Monitored locally.
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Sourcefile: IPA_2015.csv

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